This issue is quite annoying, but I don’t know if it has already been addressed or if it’s intentional. Whenever I enter fullscreen mode from the bottom of the document, it goes back up to the top. When I’m in Scrivenings mode, this is really annoying because I have to scroll back to the bottom. Not a serious problem, but I would like that to change if possible.
This is happening for me also if I have more than one document selected at once. Also, a green progress bar appears and continually flashes between two or more values, never completing. Sometimes the bottom of the higher document/s is cut off as well, so it looks as though I’ve lost half my text. I haven’t, but have to manually press ‘down’ until reaching the bottom of the uppermost document, making it all visible again. There’s also quite a lot of lag.
This hasn’t happened before, and I periodically but slightly infrequently work in multiple-document mode, so it must have entered with one of the newer versions. My system hasn’t changed at all, and nor has where or how I save my files. Scrivener works perfectly in single-document mode, whether in fullscreen or not.
- Enter a Scrivener document with multiple text files.
- Highlight more than one of them and enter Scrivenings mode. (You can use fullscreen or not, it happens for me whether or not I do.)
- Hijinks ensue!
- (You can repeat the vanishing-text issue by using the scrollbar: go up until all you can see is the higher document, then instead of moving the in-text cursor, click on the scrollbar to move down to the divider between the documents. The last part of the upper text vanishes below the dividing line.)
- (The progress bar sometimes disappears, but can be recalled by returning to the top of the document set, where it reappears again.)
Current beta version: 0.49
I think this is the first issue I’ve encountered in months!